Planning Law in Australia

Planning Law in Australia

By Glen McLeod, State Contributors

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Date: 26/06/2007

Code: 41167254

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Planning Law in Australia is a concise commentary text designed to provide practitioners, councils and planners with interpretation of legislation and case law necessary for practice in this area of law.
The service provides commentary in narrative style, which is divided by jurisdiction so that practitioners can quickly access the area in which they are dealing. Within each jurisdiction are separate chapters that cover the main subject areas of planning and development systems, judicial systems, heritage law and environmental law.

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